Biography

Dr. Darryl E. Carlyle-Moses

Department of Geography and Full Graduate Faculty Member

Graduate Program in Environmental Science

Thompson Rivers Universit

Canada

Associate Professor


Email: dcarlyle@tru.ca


Qualifications

2002 Ph.D., Graduate Department of Geography, University of Toronto, Canada

1996 M.Sc., Graduate Department of Geography, University of Toronto, Canada

1994 B.Sc., Department of Geography, University of Toronto at Mississauga, Canada


Publications (Selected)

  1. Carlyle-Moses DE (2016). Chapter 43: Rainfall interception, detention and depression storage. In: Chow’s Handbook of Applied Hydrology (2nd Edition). McGraw-Hill. In press.
  2. Carlyle-Moses DE and CE Lishman** (2015). Throughfall heterogeneity and temporal persistence below and between the canopies of juvenile lodgepole pine (Pinus contorta). Hydrological Processes. Published online:
    http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/hyp.10494/abstract
  3. Carlyle-Moses DE and JT Schooling** (2015). Tree traits and meteorological factors influencing the initiation and rate of stemflow from isolated deciduous trees. Hydrological Processes Published online:
    http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/hyp.10519/abstract
  4. Schooling JT** and DE Carlyle-Moses (2015). The influence of rainfall depth class and deciduous tree traits on stemflow production in an urban park. Urban Ecosystems. Published online:
    http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11252-015-0441-0
  5. Carlyle-Moses DE, Lishman CE* and AJ McKee** (2014). A preliminary evaluation of throughfall sampling techniques in a mature coniferous forest. Journal of Forestry Research 25, 407-413.
  6. Carlyle-Moses DE and JHC Gash (2011). Rainfall interception loss by forest canopies. In: Levia DF, Carlyle-Moses DE and Tanaka T (Eds.), Forest Hydrology and Biogeochemistry: Synthesis of Past Research and Future Directions. Ecological Series 216, Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, Germany, pp 407–424.
  7. Levia DF, Carlyle-Moses DE and T Tanaka (2011). Reflections on the state of forest hydrology and biogeochemsitry. In: Levia DF, Carlyle-Moses DE and T Tanaka (Eds.), Forest Hydrology and Biogeochemistry: Synthesis of Past Research and Future Directions. Ecological Series 216, Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, Germany, pp 729–734.
  8. Levia DF, Carlyle-Moses DE and T Tanaka (Eds.) (2011). Forest Hydrology and Biogeochemistry: Synthesis of Past Research and Future Directions. Ecological Series 216, Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, Germany. 740 p.
  9. Levia DF, Keim RF, Carlyle-Moses DE and EE Frost (2011). Throughfall and stemflow in wooded ecosystems. In: Forest Hydrology and Biogeochemistry: Synthesis of Past Research and Future Directions. (Levia DF, Carlyle-Moses DE and Tanaka Teds.) Ecological Series 216, Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, Germany, pp 425-444.
  10. Carlyle-Moses DE, Park AD and JL Cameron (2010). Modeling interception loss from forest restoration trails in Panama. Ecohydrology 3, 272-283.
  11. Weiler M, Spittlehouse DL, Winkler RD, Carlyle-Moses DE, Jost G, Hutchinson D, Hamilton S, Marquis P, Quilty E, Moore RD, Richardson J, Jordan P, Teti P and N Coops (2010). Watershed measurement methods and data limitations. In: (Pike RG, Redding TE, Moore RD, Winkler RD and Bladon KD. eds.) Compendium of Forest Hydrology and Geomorphology in British Columbia B.C. Ministry of Forests and Range Research Branch, and FORREX Forum for Research and Extension in Natural Resources, Land Management Handbook 66, pp. 553-638.
  12. Winkler RD, Moore RD, Redding TE, Spittlehouse DL, Smerdon B and DE Carlyle-Moses (2010). Disturbance effects on hydrologic processes and watershed response. In: (Pike RG, Redding TE, Moore RD, Winkler RD and Bladon KD eds.) Compendium of Forest Hydrology and Geomorphology in British Columbia B.C. Ministry of Forests and Range Research Branch, and FORREX Forum for Research and Extension in Natural Resources, Land Management Handbook 66, pp. 179-212.
  13. Winkler RD, Moore RD, Redding TE, Spittlehouse DL, Carlyle-Moses DE and B Smerdon (2010). Hydrologic processes and watershed response. In: (Pike RG, Redding TE, Moore RD, Winkler RD and Bladon KD eds.) Compendium of Forest Hydrology and Geomorphology in British Columbia B.C. Ministry of Forests and Range Research Branch, and FORREX Forum for Research and Extension in Natural Resources, Land Management Handbook 66, pp. 133-178.
  14. Carlyle-Moses DE and AG Price (2007). Modelling canopy interception loss from a Madrean pine-oak stand, northeastern Mexico. Hydrological Processes 21, 2572-2580.
  15. Carlyle-Moses DE and AG Price (2006). Growing-season stemflow production within a deciduous forest of southern Ontario. Hydrological Processes 20, 3651-3663.
  16. Carlyle-Moses DE (2004). Throughfall, stemflow, and canopy interception loss fluxes in a semi-arid Sierra Madre Oriental matorral community. Journal of Arid Environments 58, 180-201.
  17. Carlyle-Moses DE (2004). A reply to the comment by R. Keim on “Measurement and modelling of growing season canopy water fluxes within a mature mixed deciduous forest stand, southern Ontario, Canada”. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 124, 281-284.
  18. Carlyle-Moses DE, Flores-Laureano JS and AG Price (2004). Throughfall and throughfall spatial variability in Madrean oak forest communities of northeastern Mexico. Journal of Hydrology 297, 124-135.
  19. Price AG and DE Carlyle-Moses (2003). Measurement and modelling of growing season canopy water fluxes within a mature mixed deciduous forest stand, southern Ontario, Canada. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 119, 65-85.
  20. Carlyle-Moses DE and AG Price (1999). An evaluation of the Gash interception model in a northern hardwood stand. Journal of Hydrology 214, 103-110.
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